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After the release of the nuclear deal, the US is preparing to impose new sanctions against Iran. About it told the official representative of the administration of us President Sarah Sanders, reports Reuters.
According to her, the restrictive measures can be approved as soon as next week. Sanders noted that this is done to ensure that Iran would not develop its nuclear program.
The US is going “to continue to exert maximum pressure on Tehran,” as the restrictive measures imposed prior to the transaction, do not have a strong action, she added.
8 may, Donald trump announced the US withdrawal from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program deal, which imposed limitations on the activity of Tehran in the nuclear field in exchange for the lifting of sanctions by the UN security Council and restrictive measures previously imposed by the US and the EU. The American President promised not only to restore old sanctions and impose new, if Iran “will decide to bring its nuclear ambitions.” The head of state spoke in favor of the new agreement. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said that Tehran will not abandon the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD) and will continue to comply with their obligations.
Tehran and the six mediator countries (Russia, USA, UK, China, France, Germany) have agreed on the terms of Iran’s nuclear program in the summer of 2015.
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